sql bpa :et the collation of usre-defined databases to match the of Master and model databae Database ***** on the server ****** has collation setting different form master or model databae.

Hi,

I have been installed the SQL Server 2005 x64 on Windows 2003 R2 EE x64
with default collation settings. It is already in production,recently I
ran the SQLBPASetup.msi to know the server health. In the report I found
the issue about Collation settings that are different for System and User
databases. The recommandation, I read is to rebuild system databases.

System databases: collation: SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
share point  databases:collation: Latin1_General_CI_AS_KS_WS
alter db collation
As it is already in Production I do not want to do this. Could you plz
suggest me the method that we can change the user databases collation
settings to match as the system databases.

and is this a serious issue to consider?  

set the collation of usre-defined databases to match the of Master
and model databae Database *****  on the server ****** has collation
setting different form master or model databae.We recommend the user defined database to have collation matching .

what is the best way.

Thanks
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RiteshShahCommented:
you can use following command

alter database dbname collate SQL_LATIN_GENERAL1_CI_AS
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Audi08Author Commented:
do you know why sahrepoint is taking adifferent collation thean master and model.? i think i dont watn to create/run this query on all exisiting db and also in future db. why is this happenning ? any ideas.
thanks
audi08
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RiteshShahCommented:
sorry, I could not be much help in sharepoint point of view.
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